The Northern Irishman, 29, defends his WBA featherweight title against Leo Santa Cruz in the early hours of tomorrow morning at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The pair’s first fight in New York last July was a thrilling clash as both men went toe-to-toe for 12 rounds.
Frampton came out on top to remain unbeaten, win the WBA belt and hand three-weight world champion Santa Cruz his first defeat, and he has promised another exciting fight here in Sin City.
Carl Frampton has promised to provide plenty of thrills in Las Vegas
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“I enjoyed the last fight, I enjoyed the atmosphere,” he said. “You want to be involved in exciting fights. It helps you be remembered.
“I could have made the last fight easier for myself, I got drawn into a war, but that was important. I am going to be cleverer but if I need to go into the trenches, I will fight him.
“There is pressure, but I can deal with it. I’m going to put in a better performance this time.”
Carl Frampton edged Leo Santa Cruz when they last faced off
Trainer and tactician Shane McGuigan would rather see his man avoid standing toe-to-toe with the dangerous Santa Cruz and use his boxing skills to stay out of trouble, but backed his man to get his first stoppage since he knocked out Chris Avalos in February 2015.
McGuigan said: “It is not nice. You know what he can do and you know the only reason he is doing it is to entertain.
“I think he can stop him. I haven’t seen him punching as hard as he has in this camp.”